N-1.1, r. 3 - Regulation respecting labour standards

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1. In this Regulation, unless the context requires otherwise
“remote area” means an area that is inaccessible by a passable road and where no regular transport system connects it to the Québec road network;
“forestry operation” means
(1)  an enterprise engaged in felling, stripping, cutting into lengths, transporting and loading wood on trucks, boats or railroad cars; mills or establishments where sawing or hewing are carried out exclusively for forestry operations, save for work involved in the transformation of wood once it leaves the forest;
(2)  an enterprise carrying out in the forest the construction and maintenance of roads, camps, locks, pillars, loading and floating facilities;
(3)  an enterprise carrying out works to enhance, clear, reforest, drain and irrigate forest land;
(4)  an enterprise to float logs;
(5)  an enterprise to protect forests;
(6)  an enterprise engaged in clearing for the purpose of constructing roads, highways, dams, transmission lines or any similar work in the forest;
(7)  an enterprise of a jobber, contractor, subcontractor or an intermediary who carries out his activities in the forest for the benefit of one of the enterprises mentioned above;
(8)  an enterprise of a lessee who leased the exclusive rights to hunt and fish part of the territory in the State lands;
(9)  an enterprise of an association mandated by the Minister of Natural Ressources and Wildlife in order to manage the wildlife on State lands;
(10)  an enterprise of a hunting and fishing outfitter;
“employee who receives gratuities or tips” means an employee who ordinarily receives gratuities or tips and who works
(1)  in an establishment that offers lodging to tourists in return for payment, including a campground;
(2)  in a place where alcoholic beverages are sold for consumption on the premises;
(3)  for an enterprise that sells, delivers or serves meals to be eaten off the premises; or
(4)  in a restaurant, except if it is a place where the main activity consists in the providing of food services to customers who order or choose the items at a service counter and who pay before eating;
“sawmill” means establishment where one of the following operations is carried out: sawing, cutting up, planning and all related operations such as drying, piling and delivery, but not including assembly;
“works on the territory of the James Bay region” means works carried out on the territory of the James Bay region and realized under the charge of Hydro-Québec, the Société d’énergie de la Baie-James or the Société de développement de la Baie-James.
R.R.Q., 1981, c. N-1.1, r. 3, s. 1; O.C. 1288-90, s. 1; O.C. 638-2003, s. 1.